€110,090 Surba

This Lovely 2 bedroom house (103m2) set in a quiet village, 5 minute from the ski resort of Super- Lioran (1250-1855m altitude), with cable cars and 44 slopes. The house has a large combined kitchen, dining and lounge area, that leads to a pretty patio area to the rear of the house., with views to the mountains.
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Ski Area
Auvergne - Massif Central  
Ski Resort
Price / Ref
€110,090 / 116639CAT15  
Beds / Bath
3 /   1  
Land M2 / Hab M2
86 /   105  

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This pretty 2 bedroom house of 103 m2 is located in a quiet village, 5 minutes from the ski resort of Super-Lioran (1250-1855 m altitude), with cable cars and 44 slopes. The house has a large kitchen, a dining area and a living room, which leads to a nice patio at the back of the house, with a view to the mountains. The bedroom on the second floor has a dressing room and a shower room / WC. The house is equipped with double glazing, electric heating, a water heater with fireplace which could be used for a pellet fire / stove. A well appointed house and all furniture is included in the price. The village has a bar, restaurant and shop, with Murat a short distance away, with supermarkets, bakers, butchers, bars, restaurants, the railway station, dentists and doctors. There is a free local bus to the Super-Lioran ski resort, which is only 5 minutes away, with all ski-related amenities. The village has a fishing lake and a fitness trail, with a river for trout fishing, which also allows you to hike along the gorges of L'Alagnon. Unknown to many, except the French nationals, the Cantal is a hidden gem, in the middle of France, with fresh mountain air and un-spoilt landscape. In the Massif Central mountains, the volcanic landscape of the Cantal has created an all year round adventurous activity location, from winter skiing, mountain walks, cycling and climbing. Water sports on the many lakes and rivers including, sailing, swimming, paddle-boarding and fishing in the numerous rivers including the Dordogne river. Cycling whether on or off road, there are choices from famous Le Tour routes over mountain passes, Puy Mary, or the forest trails and mountain descents such as Le Lioran. Cantal is a massive adventure playground, or for a more relaxing stroll around a local lake or park. Amongst the extinct volcanoes in the Auvergne countryside with peaceful villages, medieval towns and larger cities, they all provide opportunity to sample local cuisine, where the food has come straight from the local farmers and the surrounding land. The local historical places to visit, such as Saint Flour, with its Gothic catherdral and to the south Gustave Eiffel’s magnificent Garabit viaduct, traversing the steep valley of the Truyere river. The ancient village of Salers, one of Frances most beautiful villages, offers practical displays of the countryside, from milking the cows to creation of bespoke knifes. To the south of Cantal the capital of Cantal is found, with festivals and eating out establishments is also the famous for the production of umbrellas, which adorn the streets.

Auvergne - Massif Central Ski Area

The Auvergne remains one of France's best kept secret winter-holiday destinations, offering a wide variety of winter sports.


The volcanic region in the centre of France is a national park of 80 craters and glacial lakes. Its beautiful in summer and its dramatic landscape becomes a skiers paradise during the winter when covered in snow. It’s ideal for downhill skiing or cross-country skis.


In marked contrast to the Alps, the queues to take the ‘téléphérique’ up to the Auvergne’s pistes are minimal, while a day’s ski pass will be considerably cheaper. Charming accommodation available at reasonable prices for hotels, bed and breakfasts, chalets or gites.


The Auvergne region has excellent TGV fast trains from Paris to Clermont-Ferrand.


The volcanic Auvergne region, in the centre of France, is a couple of hundred miles from the glamorous resorts of the Alps, but it actually feels a million miles away. It is without the luxury chalets or hotels, nor a single fashionable après-ski bar or club. But the Auvergne is one of France’s secret winter holiday destinations, offering a variety of quirky winter sports.
In marked contrast to the Alps, the queues to take the ‘téléphérique’ up to the Auvergne’s pistes are minimal, while a day’s ski pass costs between €20 and €25. Charming bed and breakfasts are springing up – a double room costing not much more than €60.
The Auvergne is a national park of 80 craters and glacial lakes. Beautiful in summer, the dramatic landscape becomes nature’s gift to skiers when it is covered in snow. It’s ideal for exploring on cross-country skis or snowshoes. There are more than enough slopes to keep downhill skiers happy. And two of the Auvergne’s main resorts are on a railway line that links to Clermont-Ferrand for fast TGV connections to Paris, so the area is handy for carbon-conscious travellers arriving by Eurostar.
Originally built on the site of ancient Roman baths, the spa town of Le Mont-Dore is one of the oldest ski resorts in France, sitting at the foot of the 1,886m Puy de Sancy.


Surba Ski Resort

The village of Surba is situated in the Ariege (Midi-Pyrenees region) 12 km from Foix, the department capital.


Popular places to visit nearby include Foix at 12 km and Montsegur at 21 km.



Toulouse – 100 km

Carcassonne – 100 km

DPE : This property does not have a fixed heating system

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